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Rome day trip - advice

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My partner and I will be in Rome from September 3rd through the 9th. This is our first trip to Italy and we are currently planning our itinerary. We would like to do one day trip outside of Rome and are torn between two completely different options.

I've read a lot about Orvieto (some great tips here on the forums) and we are considering just taking the train out on our own and exploring there for a day.

However, then I found this tour on Walks of Italy, and it sounds so wonderfully idyllic: http://www.walksofitaly.com/tour_bookings/tour_all_listing/5/164.

Has anyone done this Walks of Italy tour, or have thoughts about it?

To give you a sense of us, we are late 30s and live in NYC so we are fairly independent, used to getting around on our own. We love good food and good wine, and new and interesting experiences.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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